Monthly Archives: March 2013

Putting the spotlight on audioBoo: a useful tool to record and listen to audio

audioBoo is a free app that allows you to easily record, tag and instantly share audio. You can record from your desktop, by using the app on a smartphone or by uploading as an audio file. There’s a 3 minute limit for … Continue reading

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Some simple tips for new Bloggers

There are many reasons why people choose to blog. This blog was originally set up by me to introduce my students to blogging and other social media tools. I therefore chose to make the blog public, so that all of the students … Continue reading

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Beyond the ‘Google it’ search bar (as it’s not the only way you can search)

Google has long since been the verb for online searching. For many of us it is the only way we search for information. In 2012 alone there were 1.2 trillion searches. Many of these will have been done directly from … Continue reading

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What’s an infographic you ask?

I am a very visual learner and absorber of information. I use images rather than bullet points in my presentations to recall information. Recently when I was talking about this I mentioned how much I liked infographics. This term was … Continue reading

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